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Armstrong County Tourist Bureau

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125 Market Street
Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: 888-265-9954
Fax: 724-545-3119
http://www.armstrongcounty.com

Armstrong County Tourist Bureau Armstrong County, centrally located in the rolling, gentle hills of Western Pennsylvania and divided north to south by the picturesque Allegheny River, is a region where early American history shakes hands with a promising future. Delaware Indians first established their principle town of Kit-Han-Ne in the 1730s at present day Kittanning, the county seat. The Allegheny River, first named La Belle River by French explorers in the 1680s, has served as Armstrong County's highway to the outside world, especially metropolitan Pittsburgh 40 miles to the south. Armstrong County offers many diverse activities to be enjoyed by anybody who visits. Some of these activities include hunting, fishing, shopping, dining, camping, golfing, water adventures, parks, history, geo-caching, festivals, and fairs. Enjoy it all in Armstrong County!


Beaver County Recreation & Tourism Department

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Bradys Run Park Recreation Facility
121 Brady's Run Road
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Phone: 800-342-8192
Fax: 724 770-2063
http://www.visitbeavercounty.com

Beaver County Recreation & Tourism Department We invite you to visit and share a lifestyle that is second to none. We're a countryside location surrounded amid rolling hills, hardwood forests, river valleys, and streams. Our collection of parks and outdoor activities can satisfy any outdoor enthusiast. Looking for fun and interesting things to do. You will find plenty of them in Beaver County. We are blessed with a number of historical and heritage points that will peak your interest. In addition to attending any one of the dozens of cultural events and ethnic festivals held throughout the year, you can take a nostalgic trip through the history of air travel, specifically relating to WWII at the Air Heritage Museum or step back in time to Old Economy Village. Feel the speed, beauty and excitement of polo matches held every Friday evening during the summer in Darlington or a vintage car race at Pittsburgh International Race Complex in Wampum. Marvel at the refined beauty of a replica of a wooden Greek Catholic Church of Central Europe at the GCU headquarters. Savor award-winning restaurants and our regional cuisine. Relax at one of our charming bed & breakfasts or national hotel brands. Sit back and enjoy world-class and local entertainment at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center. We have unlimited opportunities for antiquing, golfing, boating, museums, historical sites, concerts and more!


Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau

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310 East Grandview Avenue
Zelienople, PA 16063
Phone: 866-856-8444
Fax: 724-234-4643
http://www.visitbutlercounty.com

Butler County Tourism & Convention BureauThere's so much to do in Butler County, it's surprising that it all fits within its borders. Located in the rolling hills of western Pennsylvania, Butler County is filled with thriving businesses, gorgeous scenery, plentiful recreational activities and more than 200 years of history. Boating, bicycling, hiking, golfing, antique shopping, museums and county fairs are all here for you. Butler County is rich in historical sites, cultural events and regional festivals, plus accomodations to suit campers, business travelers or bed & breakfast romantics. Visit historic towns, tour museums and enjoy a picnic in the park. Butler County - your adventure awaits.


Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency

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19 S. Washington Street
Fort Jackson Building
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone: 724-627-8687
Fax: 724 627-8608
http://www.GoGreeneCounty.org

Greene County Tourist Promotion AgencyLocated in the southwest corner of Pennsylvania, Greene County is home to beautiful rural sheep and cattle farms, steep wooded hillsides teeming with game and recreational opportunities around every corner. Greene County is blessed with many covered bridges, original log cabins, mail pouch barns and historically significant buildings. The towns and villages that dot the countryside are home to many quaint specialty stores that make the "main Street" shopping experience worth the drive. If you are looking to get away from the urban sprawl, then Greene County is just the place for you.


Lawrence County Tourist Promotion Agency

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229 S Jefferson St.
New Castle, PA 16101
Phone: 724 654-8408
Fax: 724 654-2044
www.visitlawrencecounty.com

Lawrence County Tourist Promotion Agency Nestled in between Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Erie Lawrence County is a short drive from just about anywhere. Relax for an afternoon, or stay the week. There is plenty for everyone to enjoy! Founded in 1849, Lawrence County has a rich history that resonates still today. The North Hill District in New Castle was once home to wealthy tin moguls of the 1800's. Many of their exquisite Victorian-style mansions are now home to businesses, and to this day, some still serve as residences. The ideal family destination, Lawrence County has something for everyone to enjoy, for a week, weekend or day. Outdoor enthusiasts will revel in the brilliance of our changing seasons.Whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking and biking are just some of the activities afforded by miles of water and trails. Acres of public game lands abound with wildlife, from game birds to the majestic whitetail deer. From pottery to performing, if the arts are your scene, you'll find it in Lawrence County. The New Castle Playhouse is the premier location for top-notch amateur performances. Catch the shows in the historic Scottish Rite Cathedral. For a hands-on experience Arts & Education at the Hoyt offers more than 80 workshops, period house and rotating exhibits and the Celebrity Series at Westminster College showcases world entertainment! For a taste of the simpler lifestyle, visit our beautiful Amish Countryside near Volant and New Wilmington. A self-guided tour offers a glimpse into a world devoid of modern chaos. Book a tour with Simple Life Amish Tours to give you a one-of-a-kind experience . These simple people have retained the lifestyle of their 16th-century ancestors. Their sprawling family farms are testaments to the values they pass on through generations. And please share the road with their buggies!


Mercer County Convention & Visitors Bureau

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50 North Water Avenue
Sharon, PA 16146
Phone: 800-637-2370
Fax: 724 346-0575
http://www.visitmercercountypa.com

Mercer County Convention & Visitors Bureau Mercer County is located in western Pennsylvania, one hour north of Pittsburgh, one hour south of Erie and 1 1/2 hour south east of Cleveland, Ohio. We are a 5 hour drive from Toronto Ontario Canada. Our area is known for outstanding tax free shopping at the Grove City Premium Outlets and at the world's largest stores in Sharon, PA. Unique attractions include Wendell August and the Avenue of 444 Flags. Our charming downtown feature unique specialty shops and art galleries. In addition Mercer County was selected as one of Golf Digests Top Golf Destinations. Outdoor adventures abound in the area with kayaking on the Shenango River 23 mile water trail, skydiving, fishing, hiking/biking trails and more. Two state parks: Maurice K. Goddard State Park and Pymatuning State Park offer diverse recreational opportunities. Contact us and let us help you make memories that last a lifetime!


VisitPittsburgh

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Fifth Avenue Place
120 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2800
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 800-359-0758
Fax: 412 644-5512
http://www.visitpittsburgh.com

VisitPittsburgh You will find that in Pittsburgh, we are all neighbors. And with 90 unique neighborhoods that make up the city, there is something new around every corner. Between diverse and exciting arts programming ranging from eclectic theater to experimental visual arts and the rich sports history of our City of Champions, which can be experienced at museums like the Clemente Museum or at any of the city's iconic sports facilities, it's clear to see that Pittsburgh has quite a story to tell. And Pittsburghers love to tell it! Explore our wonderful city through its vibrant and authentic residents. Let Pittsburghers welcome you into the city's food, art, and hospitality and become part of the energy of our town.


Washington County Tourism Promotion Agency

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375 Southpointe Blvd, Suite 240
Canonsburg, PA 15317
Phone: 724 225-3010
Fax: 724 228-7337
http://www.VisitWashingtonCountyPA.com

Washington County Tourism Promotion AgencyWashington County is one of the fastest growing destinations in Pennsylvania. Visitors, businesses and locals alike recognize Washington County as a complete leisure, recreational and commercial destination providing lasting memories, joyous experiences and unparalleled opportunities for all.